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India’s Jet Airways suspending operations, no money to fly

Jet Airways, once India’s largest airline, announced today that it is suspending all operations after failing to raise enough money to run its services.
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More reports that the Mexico Tourism Board offices are closing

Less than two weeks after Mexico Tourism Board’s Montreal office shut its doors, comes more confirmation that just about all of the MTB’s international offices will close. 
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Mexico’s Tourist Promotion Office in Montreal shuts its doors

Since Jan. 31 Mexico’s Tourist Promotion Office in Montreal, located at Place Ville Marie, has been closed.
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Melia Sol Cayo Guillermo closing this summer for renos

Melia Sol Cayo Guillermo will close from May 1 to Oct. 31 for a facelift.
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Beaches Turks & Caicos’ third scheduled closure in 2021 has no end-date yet

Beaches Resorts says it will do everything it can to accommodate guests impacted by the temporary scheduled closures of Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa.
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Travel delays amid Midwest snowstorm, plus travel advisories from Air Canada, WestJet

Detroit's main airport has been shut down as a major snowstorm crawls across the region.
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Miami airport to close terminal as govt. shutdown continues

MIAMI — Miami International Airport is closing a terminal this weekend because security screeners have been calling in sick at twice the airport’s normal rate as the federal government shutdown stretches toward a fourth week. Friday marks the first day screeners will miss a paycheque, and airport spokesman Greg Chin said there’s a concern there won’t […]
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Sinorama collapse included in TICO Board’s latest Comp Fund update

TICO’s Board of Directors has approved a payment of $5,696.12 from the Travel Industry Compensation Fund to assist six consumers who did not receive the travel services for which they had paid, due to the closures of Canadian Fares Inc. in Toronto ($1,596.16) and Transaero Airlines in Russia ($4,099.96). 
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ACTA’s Sinorama advisory includes link to new claim form

ACTA has sent out an advisory to ACTA members in the wake of the Sinorama closures.
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Consumer Protection B.C. assessing Sinorama impact

Consumer Protection B.C. is reminding agents that it has suspended the license of Richmond, B.C.-based Sinorama Travel Vancouver Inc., and frozen the company’s bank accounts due to concerns the business does not have enough money to continue operating as a travel agency.
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WestJet’s YYZ-LGW route to get 787-9 Dreamliner starting Oct. 23
WestJet’s YYZ-LGW route to get 787-9 Dreamliner starting Oct. 23
WestJet’s winter 787-9 Dreamliner schedule, announced this morning, includes new upgraded service for the airline’s...
Eligible Canadians can now use ePassport gates to enter the UK
Eligible Canadians can now use ePassport gates to enter the UK
Canadians no longer need to fill in landing cards upon arrival in the UK, making for a smoother entry to the country...
Save $150 on small groups and self-guided tours with Exodus
Save $150 on small groups and self-guided tours with Exodus
‘Life is good’, says Exodus Travels, especially when it includes savings of $150.
Carnival Sunshine repositions to Charleston to begin year-round service
Carnival Sunshine repositions to Charleston to begin year-round service
Carnival Sunshine has launched a year-round schedule from the Port of Charleston, ranging from four- to 11-day voyages.
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